Breakthrough is Imminent

I heard the words, “Breakthrough is imminent” while reading this prophetic word by Eric Maison on Thursday, March 23, 2023, and listening to Rick Pino’s song, “We’re Open.”

Rick Pino, “We’re Open.”

During this time, God started giving me an instant download of revelation and “knowing” about the current time we are in. We are at the cusp of time when God’s great light and glory have come to overturn the works of darkness, and darkness has upped its ante to stop this outpouring of glory. There’s a gigantic clash in the heavenlies right now as we transition into our new era, but guess who wins?

“Breakthrough is Imminent.”




  1. Definition:about to happen.”they were in imminent danger of being swept away”
  2. Similar:impending, at hand
Break Through Is Imminent, 03.26.23

God showed me that justice is being alloted. Darkness is being overturned, and recompense and restoration are just getting started. The enemy knows this and he has been working double time to distract us, delay us, and get us off course. All he has to do is lie to us and get us to agree with him, and then he has legal permission to attack us and keep us is bondage in whatever area that we had agreed with him in. Then, to make matters worse, we often blame God for the calamity Satan brought and end up getting stuck.

God wants us to be wise to the enemy’s schemes and not agree with his lies. The enemy has been coming after our minds. He wants to discourage us. He wants us to be double minded. He wants to get us out of faith and into fear. That fear opens up a portal for him to further attack us in. Fear brings torment and a sense of impending doom. It is the opposite of the peace and joy of God. It keeps us from hearing God and makes us feel more distant from God. The enemy wants us to feel all alone. He wants to mislead us into thinking that God has abandoned us, just doesn’t care enough, or is more interested in punishing us than rescuing us.

The bible shows us that both David and Jeremiah felt abandoned by God during moments in their life. They felt like their cries to God were falling on deaf ears. Both David and Jeremiah honestly told God how they felt. They didnt hold back their emotions. They both felt abandoned by God because of their circumstances. They felt like God was ignoring their cries and not answering their prayer.

David’s prayer: O Lord, you know all about this. Do not stay silent. Do not abandon me now, O Lord.Wake up! Rise to my defense! Take up my case, my God and my Lord. (Psalms 35: 22-23, NLT)

Jeremiah’s complaint: 15 Then I said, “Lord, you know what’s happening to me. Please step in and help me. Punish my persecutors! Please give me time; don’t let me die young. It’s for your sake that I am suffering.16 When I discovered your words, I devoured them. They are my joy and my heart’s delight, for I bear your name, O Lord God of Heaven’s Armies. 17 I never joined the people in their merry feasts. I sat alone because your hand was on me. I was filled with indignation at their sins.18 Why then does my suffering continue? Why is my wound so incurable? Your help seems as uncertain as a seasonal brook, like a spring that has gone dry.” (Jeremiah 15: 15-18, NLT)

Yet, these were powerful men of God. We can all have our moments. God understands. He just doesn’t want us to stay stuck in them. Have you ever felt like God was turning a silent ear to you and not answering your prayers? Not bringing help fast enough and letting you wallow too long in your afflictions and problems because he doesn’t care or thinks you deserve it?

Well, it might be how you felt, and it’s how they felt, but that doesn’t make it the truth.

First of all, God didn’t cause any of the afflictions or problems you suffer from and he never abandoned you (Deuterononomy 31:6.) It’s not his will for you to suffer, but to live life more abundantly (Jeremiah 29:11; John 10:10).

Satan has attacked us through our circumstances and through people in our life in order to discourage us and derail us, but God is saying, we can’t look to our circumstances or let other people define or worth and value or even speak curses over us because it only matters what God says and what God thinks. God says, “Breakthrough is imminent.” God’s Word and truth trumps any other voice (Phillipians 2:11).

Satan knows this. He is doing everything possible to keep us down; to keeps God’s plans from advancing. Isaiah 14:27 says that all the forces of darkness cannot stop what God has ordained. Isaiah 55:11 says God’s word will complete every work it was sent out to accomplish. Since the enemy knows this he is attacking our minds through lies and accusations.

He comes after us through accusations and lies such as, “This circumstance isn’t going to change. It’s going to stay this way forever and ever. This mountain is too big. God doesn’t care. God just wants you to suffer. You don’t have enough faith. God’s disappointed in you. You did something wrong to nullify God’s promise or remove God’s help. You’re not good enough and you’ll never be good enough. What you’re doing for God is not enough. You should be doing more or doing this or that. You deserve to be punished. It’s your sins that are causing this to happen to you, that are causing this hardship or this problem. And that’s why you’re suffering.”

Those are the types of accusations and lies Satan comes at us with. Satan would like nothing better than to throw a heavy yoke of religiosity and a works mentality on us to keep us in bondadge; to get us seeing God like an evil slave master who is never satisfied, always demanding more, and where we’re always coming up short and deserving of punishment, but that is not who God is and that is not how God sees us. While it’s true that our sins and agreements with the enemy give the enemy legal ground to keep us in bondage, that is not God’s will or purpose for our life. God sent Jesus to destroy the works of the enemy (1 John 3:8) by Jesus’ death on the cross and subsequent ressurection. Jesus took our penalty, and He took our curse. He nailed it to the cross (Galations 3:13; Colossians 2: 13-14 ). He bore our infirmities and afflictions so we wouldn’t have to suffer (Isaiah 53:4). We just need to repent of our sins and receive God’s truth and receive this freedom (1st John 1:9). God removed our sins as far as from the east to the west (Psalms 103:1). There is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus (Romans 8:1). God sees us through the eyes of Jesus (Colossians 3:3). He sees the finished and perfect version of us because Jesus already redeemed us from the curse of the law and affliction at the cross.

Don’t agree with the lies. Don’t give Satan any credit. He does not tell the truth. Break any agreements you may have made with any lie such as this is an impossible situation, that God doesn’t care, that Gods not handling it, that it’s going to take forever. etc. Replace every lie with the truth of God’s word and receive your freedom! God is really pushing this now. He wants to deliver us from these lies and these terrible circumstances and afflictions.

God wants to move in the area of deliverance NOW. We have to reject Satan’s lies and keep our eyes focused on Jesus, the author, and finisher of our faith (Hebrews 12:2)!!

Decree and declare that your deliverance is coming now. That this mountain you are facing will be removed. Decree in the name of Jesus that this mountain will move and watch it move (Mark 11:23)! Our words have the ability to produce life or death (Proverbs 18:21). It’s important that we only agree and confess to God’s truth.

God wants us to stand firm and know that no weapon formed against us will prosper (Isaiah 54:17). We need to be wise to the enemies’ schemes and lies and say, “No, I don’t agree.” Hold onto God’s truth and promises.

Published by creativecassandra7

God-lover, artist, writer, art therapist, dreamer, minister. I see life as an adventure of overcoming and bringing light to dark places. I have overcome extensive trauma and sexual abuse and now I share my testimony and teach/preach what God has to say about the recovery process through both logos and rhema words. I love nature, dancing, worship, and all creative expressions. I have a heart to see families restored, curses reversed, and generational blessings released.

2 thoughts on “Breakthrough is Imminent

  1. Such a good word. Yes and amen to breakthrough! I have been feeling too, that even this week I am expecting big changes. Always amazed at how God teaches us!

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